Alhaji Garba Abubakar, the Registrar General of Corporate Affairs Commission ( CAC) has said that a multimedia on its portal was created to avail its customers easy access for registration.
Abubakar told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in Abuja that the application would help customers navigate from creation of account to the final stage of registration of an account .
According to him, CAC is one of the few government agencies that have recognised the importance of ICT in registration activities.
He added that in 2014 when a new content pinnacle was introduced , registration process had changed and the old system could not support it because it was archaic.
Abubakar, however, said the commission had to launch a new application, an upgraded version to help in achieving its mandate timely.
He noted that the upgraded application version was to support the new implementation of ‘Allied Matters Act’ that came into effect in Jan. 2021.
The CAC boss emphasised that presently , 95% of its registration and post registration services were electronically end to end.
He further stated that their target was to have one of the best registration applications.
He added that Nigeria has talented persons that could develop electronic system to meet the needs and requirements of the society.
According to him, the new application is built by a Nigerian adding that customers can sit at the comfort of their homes, offices and globally to register their companies .
” CAC is one of the few agencies of government that recognises the importance of technology in its regulatory activities and we are pace setters in this regard.
” What we have is what is comparable anywhere and typical of anything application, when you first start , there must be issues and hitches .
” As we move on, the issues were addressed , applications were also stable and customers are finding it easy to navigate.
because the new application is user friendly
“And because some of the requirements have been relaxed , we have continued to sensitise and educate customers through forums and focused training,” he said”.